Bears

Diego Vecchio

NOVEL. BEATRIZ VITERBO, 2010. 128 PAGES.

When we give a child a teddy bear to keep them company at night and drive away the nightmares, we have no idea of the inherent dangers. There's a good chance that later on, they might start questioning what literature is.
After exploring the bodies of men of letters in Microbios, now, in Bears, Diego Vecchio investigates the prehistory of fiction.
It's terrible to admit, but the more we read, the more we forget what it means to read. Over time, we lose the knack of reading like we did when we started out. A child will give themselves entirely to books while many adults find it impossible to go through the looking glass. Once they've got through the rites of initiation they never seem to want to go back.
Literature is insomniac. Only those who can't sleep and allow themselves to get lost in the wood of fiction can enter the world of magical frogs and teddy bears.
So, let us rush headlong into this book, leaving a trail so we can find our way back, and hope that we won't get eaten up along the way.

PUBLISHED BY: Spanish BEATRIZ VITERBO | France L'ARBRE VENGEUR

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